Economic Evaluations of Childhood Influenza Vaccination

  title={Economic Evaluations of Childhood Influenza Vaccination},
  author={A. Newall and M. Jit and P. Beutels},
  • A. Newall, M. Jit, P. Beutels
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • PharmacoEconomics
  • The potential benefits of influenza vaccination programmes targeted at children have gained increasing attention in recent years.We conducted a literature search of economic evaluations of influenza vaccination in those aged ≤18 years. The search revealed 20 relevant articles, which were reviewed. The studies differed widely in terms of the costs and benefits that were included. The conclusions were generally favourable for vaccination, but often applied a wider perspective (i.e. including… CONTINUE READING

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